Even with the rain due to such heavy use the trail is falling apart quickly.
The very fast riders have created so many bypasses that I cant even count them all
. This is due to so many rec riders being able to ride the trail now, or should i say the edges of the trail. The sand is still a foot deep in spots, not kidding, and getting worse.
One of the side effects of mmba dumbing down the trail and getting so many more riders that dont know what there doing out there. If ur gonna fill up the few existing trails with new riders you should at least try to educate them.
The trail is rapidly becoming dangerous, just what I like
, I could due without so much sand though. DONT GET ME WRONG I HAVE NO PROBLEM WITH OTHER RIDERS AND NEW RIDERS, but if all there gonna due is make bypasses and destroy the trail or worse, then we are in for some serious problems.
I swear almost every time i ride there I can see that the trail has gotten worse. Good thing for the shortcut to ski area. It seems to me that a private trail that the mmba doesnt have free rain over seems to be the way to go.
By the way there are also two large trees down, first one at the bottom of the steepest short climb which is not rideable. Second is 2/3 way down the long straight downhill right towards the end of the third section coming out to the 3 mile lot which is barely passeable.